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  • v. To add an item to a queue.


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From Middle French queu, cueue et al., and from Modern French queue.


  • 'enqueue' some of the episodes (done by pressing 'e') then I could run "podbeuter" on another terminal and view the list of enqueued files.

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  • I think that the enqueue functions might be beyond the scope of my WordCamp presentation.

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  • Every one of these will enqueue a request for LowProfileImageLoader to download the corresponding image - but only the most recent one matters.

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  • FILES = $ {NAUTILUS_SCRIPT_SELECTED_FILE_PATHS} echo "$ {FILES}" | while read FILE; do if [- n "$ {FILE}"]; then audacious -- enqueue "$ {FILE}" fi; done

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  • # A small script to enqueue media files in totem recursively

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  • Once you have your encoding profile set up it takes ~10 seconds per dvd to enqueue it in handbrake.

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  • "SQL ordered by elapsed time" and the "enqueue activity" in a moment.

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  • Instead of running down the list from beginning to end each time we wish to enqueue something, we can keep a pointer (or cursor) to the last element.

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  • Thus, the queue migrates in a clockwise direction as we enqueue and dequeue elements.

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  • When you enqueue a job for later, the perform method will be called with the parameters you provided.

    almost effortless


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